Putin accuses Erdogan of Bayraktar SİHAs in Ukraine

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Türkiye Rusya Arasında Ukrayna'daki Bayraktar SİHA'ları Krizi

Putin accuses Erdogan of Bayraktar SİHAs in Ukraine

Türkiye Rusya Arasında Ukrayna'daki Bayraktar SİHA'ları Krizi

Could Turkish-Russian relations cause a re-emergence of a historical conflict – we mean the historical conflict that took place at the center of the Ottoman-Russian conflict – regarding the Ukraine issue? Undoubtedly, Turkey has a complex network of relations with Russia in the region, and this relationship has actually worked well for both countries so far. But NATO especially in America’s favor, the problem between Ukraine and Russia; It is also obvious that they will do to realize the potential that it will turn into a war of domination in the Black Sea and the Caucasus, or the region’s aim of compressing Russia with the method of destabilization like the Middle East. Here is where the most important ball of problems awaiting Turkey begins. What kind of problem will an operation carried out by NATO in the region under the leadership of the USA confront Turkey?

It is now clear that Turkey supports Ukraine. But Turkey does not want a Russia-Ukraine war in the region. Although he does not want such a thing in Russia, he does not want to lose Ukraine to the United States by supporting the Russian separatists. Therefore, what America wants to do in the region will make the process more evident.

President Erdogan and Putin had a telephone conversation. This meeting was especially about the Ukraine issue. News Agencies in the meeting; In the phone call between Erdogan and Putin today, they used the news that Bayraktar armed unmanned aerial vehicles (SİHA) used in Ukraine were also on the agenda as a headline.

According to the news in DW Turkish, in the statement made by the Kremlin about the meeting, it was noted that the request for the meeting came from the Turkish side. According to the Russian TASS news agency, Putin accused Ukraine of “competing provocative military actions”, such as “the use of Bayraktar armed drones” against pro-Russian forces in the east of the country.

Putin emphasized that the Ukrainian administration violated the Minsk agreements reached to end the conflicts in the east of the country and followed a destructive attitude. During the meeting, the Russian leader also emphasized that the Kiev administration should abandon its attempts to use military force in the Donbass region in the east of the country.

Ukraine officially announced that it was using the Bayraktar TB2 SİHAs, which it bought from Turkey in October, for the first time against the separatists in the east of the country, and this statement created discomfort in Russia.


According to the Kremlin statement, Putin also briefed Erdogan about the meeting he held with Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev and Armenian Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan on 26 November in Sochi. In the statement that the request for information came from Erdogan, it was noted that “Baku and Yerevan declared that they are ready for cooperation in the context of ensuring stability in the region and establishing mechanisms for the determination of borders between the two states, and this is of great importance”. In the Kremlin statement, it was also stated that Azerbaijan and Armenia are willing to solve everyday issues in areas such as trade, economy and transportation.


It was noted that during the Putin-Erdogan meeting, cooperation between the two countries in the fields of energy and agriculture was also on the agenda, and it was noted that the two leaders decided to instruct the relevant units to start preparations for the next meeting of the Turkey-Russia High Level Cooperation Council to be held at the beginning of next year.

In the statement made by the Presidency of Communications of the Turkish Presidency, the two leaders were content with the statement that “the developments between Azerbaijan-Armenia and regional issues, especially Syria, Libya and Ukraine, were evaluated”.


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